Will it be the Western Bluebird?


Vote for Audubon California 2015 Bird of the Year

In an effort to raise awareness about bird conservation in California, Audubon California this year will again recognize its Bird of the Year. And while we selected the seven finalists for the award, you the public will have the final say.

teambluebird.jpg Western Bluebird

An iconic songbird of the American West, this bird has seen its numbers decline in recent years due to habitat loss. Now, climate change is presenting a new challenge. Vote here

teamavocet.jpg American Avocet

A spectacular shorebird found in wetland and marsh habitat throughout California, the American Avocet is struggling against the challenges of the drought. Climate change is a new problem. Vote here

teammurre.jpg Common Murre

A distinctive bird of our North Coast, the Common Murre made the news this year as thousands died from lack of food.Vote here

teamtanager_patgaines.jpg Western Tanager

One of the most popular songbirds in the West, the Western Tanager faces an uncertain future due to climate change.Vote here

teamkestrel_jonnelson.jpg American Kestrel

The American Kestrel is North America’s smallest falcon, and there is a lot of attitude crammed into its small profile. Vote here

teampintail_lenblumin.jpg Northern Pintail

One of our favorite ducks, the Northern Pintail is one of many waterfowl species challenged by the drought. Vote here

grebie.jpg Western Grebe

With its incredible breeding display that incorporates literally running on water, the Western Grebe is an iconic species of the western North American waterways. Vote here

We need your help to select our 2015 Bird of the Year. Votes will be accepted through Sunday, Dec. 20. You can vote as many times as you like. Vote here

Audubon California
220 Montgomery Street, Suite 1000 | San Francisco, CA 94104

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